President Barack Obama at a White House news conference last week answered questions about the Iran nuclear deal. A torturous 2½ year effort replete with false starts, backward steps and missed deadlines, world powers and Iran transformed those early overtures into an outcome far profounder and perhaps even riskier: A nuclear accord that may reshape the security topography of the Middle East for a generation to come.
President Barack Obama at a White House news conference last week answered questions about the Iran nuclear deal. A torturous 2½ year effort replete with false starts, backward steps and missed deadlines, world powers and Iran transformed those early overtures into an outcome far profounder and perhaps even riskier: A nuclear accord that may reshape the security topography of the Middle East for a generation to come. Pablo Martinez Monsivais The Associated Press
President Barack Obama at a White House news conference last week answered questions about the Iran nuclear deal. A torturous 2½ year effort replete with false starts, backward steps and missed deadlines, world powers and Iran transformed those early overtures into an outcome far profounder and perhaps even riskier: A nuclear accord that may reshape the security topography of the Middle East for a generation to come. Pablo Martinez Monsivais The Associated Press

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